Marcel Lozinski

Marcel Lozinski
Awards

2006
Helsinki Human Rights Foundation Award for lifetime achievement, Warsaw

2004
Andrzej Wajda/Philip Morris Freedom Prize, Berlin

The First Warsaw Jewish Film
Grand Prix

2002
AFO Documentary Achievement Award, Olomouc

Bio
Born in Paris in 1940. Graduate of Film Directing Department in the National School of Film, Television and Theatre in Lodz (1971). In 1994, nominated for the American Academy Award and for the European Film Academy Award for the documentary – “89 mm from Europe“. Since 1995, member of the American Academy of Motion Picture Art and Science awarding Oscars. Lectured at FEMIS film school and the School of Polish Culture of the Warsaw University; ran documentary film workshops in Marseilles. Currently lectures at Andrzej Wajda’s Master School for Film Directors. Runs Dragon Forum –  the international documentary film workshops in the middle of Europe.
Filmography
2008 Poste Restante
2007 If It Happens
2006 How Is It Done
– Main Prize Go East, Wiesbaden 2007
2001 I Remember
– Christopher Award 2003 Festival
1998 So It Doesn’t Hurt
– Special Prize of Jury Estonia, 1998
Goldene Taube – Leipzig
– Don Quixote – Leipzig 1998
– Prize TV Film Bornholm 1998
1995 Poland After Victory 89 – 95
1995 Anything Can Happen (40′)
– Prize IFFS Oberhausen 1995
– Prize of the Kultusministerium of Nordrhein-Westfallen, Oberhausen 1995
– Prize of the Catholic Jury, Oberhausen 1995
– 1st Filmprize and Kodak Award, Bornholm 1995
– Grand Prix and FIPRESCI, Krakow 1995
– Golden Spire, San Francisco 1996
– Award For Best Documentary – World Television Festival Japan 1997
1993 89 mm from Europe (12′)
– Oscar Nomination 1994
– Main Prize Oberhausen 1993
– Prize IFFS Oberhausen 1993
– Special Prize Jean D’Arcy, Marseille 1993
– 1st Prize For Documentary, Vila Do Conde 1993, Portugal
– Grand Prix Leipzig 1993
– IG Medien Prize, Leipzig 1993
– Jury Special Prize, Clermont-Ferrand 1994
– Montreal (Quebec) – Grand Prix 1994
– IDA Award 95
1992 Seven Jews From My Class (50′)
1990 Katyn-Forrest (52′)
– Silver Sesterce, Nyon 1990
– Prix Europa, Reykjavik 1991
1989 45-89 (4 x 52′)
– INPUT Edmonton 1990
1988 Witnesses (26′)
– Grand Prix Solidarite Clandestine
– INPUT Stockholm 1989
1985 My Place (17′)
– FIPRESCI Award At the Krakow Film Festival, 1985
1984 Practice Exercises (17′)
– Grand Prix Solidarite Clandenstine 1985
1980 Microphone’s Test (17′)
– 1st Prize, FIPRESCI and 1st Prize For Screenplay, Cracow 1981
1978 Matriculation (17′)
– Main Prize Krakow 1981
1977 How to Live (110′)
– Grand Prix Koszalin 1981
1976 Front Collision (12′)
– Grand Prix Krakow 1976
1975 The King (7′)
– Grand Prix Rzeszow 1978
1974 The Visit (17′)
– FIPRESCI Krakow 1974
1973 Happy End (17′, with Pawel Kedzierski)
1972 Wheel of Fortune (20′)
– FIPRESCI Oberhausen 1973